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4X Travel Special | Facebook | 4x Germany | Junior summer courses | Students’ Corner
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Do you have a desire to discover Germany’s major metropolitan cities? With our 4X Program you can book a German language course and simultaneously explore up to four big cities. Which of our course lo­ca­tions you would like to get to know – Ber­lin, Frank­furt, Ham­burg or Munich – is up to you to decide!

4X Program Since this choice is not always easy to make, we will help you a bit: If you book a course in July, we will pay the train fare with Deut­sche Bahn from the first to the se­cond course lo­ca­tion. So, where will it be?

In the capital city of Berlin everything is new and changing, on the one hand, always on the move, while on the other hand, the city represents the diversity that is German history. Frankfurt, with its (for Germany) unique skyline, is the country’s finance capital. And in addition, the city offers a variety of sites worth seeing, including its many unique mu­se­ums and galleries.

Hamburg is Europe’s second largest seaport. Despite its relatively large dis­tance from the sea it­self, the city radiates its own maritime flair, from the fish market, to the Reeperbahn, to the world's largest harbor festival. Or will you go to Munich, the city of hospitality, where the Eng­lish Gar­den in­vites you to sun­bathe in the sum­mer and the beer gardens promise cool refreshment?

Do you have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! You can reach us at office@did.de
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The Swiss man Ra­mon from the ita­li­an-speak­ing part of Swit­zer­land learned Ger­man at did deutsch-ins­ti­tut. And thanks to the 4X Pro­gram, he got to know two dif­fer­ent Ger­man ci­ties! Ham­burg was the ci­ty in which Ra­mon chose to be­gin his course – at did deutsch-ins­ti­tut Ham­burg. Im­me­di­ate­ly af­ter­ward he then stu­died fur­ther at did deutsch-ins­ti­tut Ber­lin. This way, he got to know two dif­fer­ent Ger­man ci­ties, Hamburg in the north and the ca­pi­tal city Berlin. Ra­mon: “Ham­burg was a lot of fun – but I think Ber­lin is also really great be­cause the city is so cos­mo­pol­i­tan!”
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Our summer courses for juniors be­gin this year on June 23. Those who would like to par­tic­i­pate must hurry – there are only a few more free spa­ces left! But first, you must make an im­por­tant fun­da­men­tal de­ci­sion with re­gard to the type of ac­com­mo­da­tion you prefer. Two op­tions are avail­able: to live to­get­her with other in­ter­na­tio­nal par­tic­i­pants in a res­i­dence or to live with a Ger­man host family. New this sum­mer is our res­i­den­tial course in Vien­na. And we also have a new des­ti­na­tion that in­clu­des host fam­i­ly ac­com­mo­da­tion in our pro­gram: Pots­dam near Berlin.
Students’ Corner
Why Berlin?

Valentina from Switzerland: “I need Ge­rman for my work, since my firm also has Ger­man-speaking clients. I had al­rea­dy been in Ber­lin brief­ly, and knew I must re­turn again one day. Ber­lin is a beau­ti­ful city, where you can have a lot of fun. I can re­com­mend that every­one come to did deutsch-ins­ti­tut Ber­lin. Every­one there is very friend­ly, you get to know a lot of in­ter­na­tio­nal stu­dents, there are cool ac­tiv­i­ties to par­tic­i­pate in and the tea­chers are very mo­ti­vat­ing. My best ex­per­i­ence dur­ing my time here? There were so many, it was an awe­some time in Berlin!” Read more
STM Star Awards 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2012
In 2012, did deutsch-institut was awarded for the fifth time the Study Travel Magazine Star Award in the category German Lan­guage School, just as it was in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011. We thank our partners and customers very much for their support. Info & Video

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